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School (Newspaper) - December 7, 1893, London, Middlesex A Religious and Literary Vol. 51. DECEMBER 7, 1893. One To the Friends The Sunday 401 The Sign a 401 How Our Saviour Knows By Theodore L. 102 Men and A Hieroglyphic The and His Little Miss Dried Rose Sir Arthur Ida After Long The Old House at Bible The Way and the A Garden of St. The Bents of 403 David By the Rev. G. M. 301 90S Fresh Notes of Foreign By the Rev. Archibald 408 A Talk on the Golden By the Rev. R. C. 408 A Morning Lesson from the The Luke 8-20 407 407 The and Report for Lesson of November 26..... 409 THE INTERNATIONAL LESSONS for December 24. The Birth of 1-11 409 1. The Text of the 409 2. The Words and their 409 5. The 410 4. A Bird's Eye 410 8. By the Rev. John M.A. 410 6. Trouble and By the James M.A. 41i 7. Illustrations of Some Things in the 411 8. Ordinary Class By S. R. Crockett 9. Infant Class By S. R. 413 The Oxford Bibles and th j Oxford 413 With the Children at Home TO THE FRIENDS OF THE SUNDAY Before closing the first year of The Sunday School we wish heartily to thank all our friends who have read it and recommended it. We have made some new and very interesting arrangements for the coming short story in six chapters by a celebrated authoress humorous and descriptive papers by a no less celebrated author practical articles on Sunday School methods of work by an accomplished writer and experienced and many other things besides Then the Infant Lesson will be done in future by a lady done in a fresh and exceedingly suggestive and so that it should be a pleasure for even the youngest teacher to teach and the youngest pupil to learn it. Those who wish to recommend The Sunday School to their friends may therefore do so at this time with We believe that it will contain nothing but the most wholesome and that it will be readable from first page to That last children's own be as happy as and as useful whether to or And while we thank our friends for what they have done in the we wish to encourage them for the and we have the following important proposal to A parcel of books will be made up every week for a few containing a copy of every book reviewed under the heading and and the parcel will be sent to the person who secures the highest number of new subscribers up to that They do not require to subscribe at the publishing it is enough if they order The Sunday School in the usual way from their or But they must be actual subscribers and and their names and addresses must be sent to the Editor at N.B. Any persons who send the names of new but not the highest number for the will not lose what they have A list will be kept of all sent and if others are sent they will be added to each person's and then the person who has reached the highest number will receive the parcel of The first lists must be received on the 20th of and every Wednesday thereafter for a few weeks the numbers will be counted and the parcel As soon as we have satisfied ourselves that the highest which must contain at least ten is the parcel of books will be No names will be This is an opportunity that and librarians should not miss. Sometimes the parcel will be sometimes but it will always contain a copy of every book reviewed under the title Men and and the books will thus be always of the freshest If the teachers in a Sunday School choose to unite and subscribe for The Sunday School they will be able to make a valuable addition to their library of the very newest THE SIGN A The Jews require a That was their When a man came forward and claimed the right to What sign showest thou was the question they put to him Before he was allowed to utter what was in before he could deliver the message he professed to be sent he must first make clear his right to his right to carry a message at What sign showest thou It was different with the They did not care for Experience taught them that signs were and therefore Any man could work a miracle and be a liar after They did not ask for a they if you have anything to and let the truth witness for We will soon judge whether you are sent by God merely sent by your own conceited and let us hear what is in when St. Paul appeared in the streets of Athens and began his at once they Let us hear what this has to and they took him to the They took him to the usual place of and they listened to his story till he came to But they him That is a is it not We do not care to hear of Tell that to the The Jews demand a but we seek after The Jews require a And when Jesus made up his whip and drove these Jewish merchantmen and thieves out of the temple What sign showest that these things was the question that they put to It was an act that clearly claimed Then He must show his To us the act is authority We are more akin to the Greeks in this matter than to the We if He was able with a whip of small cords to drive them overturn their tables and pour their money that was authority and we do not ask for So in like manner we His words are their own best We say we do not need His miracles to prove to us that He spoke the truth of the truth of God impresses its own reality on our heart and We are much nearer the Greeks than the Jews in this But the Jews were not altogether in the And we may easily go too Some of us actually do go much too when we say that our belief in Christ is independent of the miracles which He That cannot else had they not been
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